Monthly Archives: October 2018

The Fifth Risk ~ by Michael Lewis

The Fifth Risk – bottom line?  I  appreciated it quite a lot,  it was informative about the workings of the Trump agencies and it’s well written.  I love Michael Lewis’  books because he explains stuff very well,  usually focusing a … Continue reading

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The Emigrants by W.G. Sebald x2

As promised,  I reread The Emigrants quite promptly.   Actually,  what happened was that I started another book,  (pulp crime) and it just didn’t cut it. Back to Sebald. I’d like to note that one of the reasons the book … Continue reading

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